Blog feed not updating facebook
The views for Specific contents differ depending on content type: for Photos and Videos, you can use Thumbnails and Masonry View, for Albums you can use Album View. If content area could include defined number of columns then it will be displayed.
You can choose to display/hide comments, likes, image name, feed name.
I’m sure that “Top Stories” probably garner Facebook more opportunities to learn about what is popular or what topics you are more likely to respond to…which can also lead to increased revenue for them.
While creating feeds, you can either display a timeline with a specific type of data (image, video, status, and links) or choose only one type.To make this more “permanent”, just set a bookmark in your browser to that URL or add a shortcut on your desktop and then just click that link or bookmark when you want to access Facebook.By doing that, Facebook will always start in a mode where the most recent stories are shown, instead of top stories.I don’t actually do a lot of Facebook searches, so it’s nice to have it at the top of my recent searches.
Even if it did drop down a couple spots, any time I tap on it, it would come right back to the top of my searches. Hopefully this tip helps speed up the process of getting to the Most Recent view of your Facebook feed until Facebook actually listens to us and adds a setting to make it permanent.In case of page you can enable Page Plugin which will display page information below or above the feed. Choose from numerical pagination, Load More button, infinite scroll or no pagination.